Arsenal are currently doing good this transfer window. Yesterday they unveiled Brazilian Star Forward Gabriel Jesus. Mikel Arteta and Technical director Edu haven't finalized transfer signings yet as they prefer Belgian playmaker this summer.
Youri Tielemans has been on Arsenal radar for months now. However according to reports the Spanish boss prefers signing Belgian playmaker to Serbian Midfielder Serge Milinkovic Savic. Arsenal has been linked to both midfielders this summer.
Both midfielders would be a good signing for the Gunners but Mikel Arteta highly prefers Youri Tielemans due to his ability to hold and drive ball to the final third. The role played by Savic could be deployed to Arsenal star player Thomas Partey. Now Mikel Arteta sees the Belgian playmaker as an ideal target to sign this summer.
Arsenal have already completed four signings as Lisandro Martinez bid submitted awaiting reply. Edu is arguably working well to make sure Mikel Arteta adds quality to his squad ahead of competitive league start next month.
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